Special Sub-Topic: Embers Falling on Dry Grass
|Who did Galad kill in a Trial Beneath the Light early on in the prologue?|
Eamon Valda. Of these four, two are generals, and their direct fighting prowess is unknown. As for Asanawa, it is likely that Galad had more trouble with Valda, a blademaster, than he would have had with the High Inquisitor.
|The Royal Family (or the large part of the Royal Family) of which nation was killed by one of the Forsaken?|
Seanchan. Tuon is the only remaining heir to the Empress. If she marries Mat and takes the throne, trouble with the Seanchan may be ended.
|Who wants Ituralde's head?|
Suroth. With the Empress dead and the Panarch in no position to be wanting anyone's head, it was between Galgan (a Seanchan General) and High Lady Suroth.
|Mesaana has been ordering Suroth.|
f. Messana is too busy with the White Tower; it is Semhirage that has been the one spending time on the Seanchan.
|Liandrin is damane.|
f. Suroth chose to make her da'covale rather than turning her in to the Sul'dam.
|How will Egwene get in touch with Siuan?|
Tel'aran'rhiod. No Ter'angreal have yet surfaced that duplicate the telephone, and a Pigeon would have trouble getting out of the tower.
|Who captured Galina and brought her to Perrin?|
Gaul and Neald. Gaul is the only male aiel left in the camp.
|What made the sisters searching for the black ajah in the tower begin to believe that Elaida could be Black Ajah?|
They found out that she had only wanted them to find evidence against Alviarin.. The fact that she had seemed to set the hunt before had convinced them that it was unlikely that she was a darkfriend.
|Who had the Whitecloaks allied with?|
The Seanchan. Masema had been talking with the Seanchan, but apparently was not interesting in talking with Children of the Light.
|Did Leane manage to block the entire North Harbor?|
n. She only blocked half of it, which was still a major blow. She was also smart enough to conceal her ability to channel, and to invert her weaves.
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